A westbound Amtrak Keystone bound to Harrisburg, PA passes through Malvern, passing the old 1900 built former PRR station. The station, roughly 22 miles west of Philadelphia, is served by SEPTA to... (more)
A three car set of GE built SEPTA Silverliner IV's arrive at Malvern, PA. The station, to the right, was built by the PRR railroad in 1900 and remains in service today. Until 1998, some Amtrak Ke... (more)
A SEPTA commuter train, led by an ACS-64 (American Cities Sprinter) glides to a stop at Malvern station. The station was built by the PRR railroad in 1900 and remains in service today. Until 1998... (more)
SEPTA ACS-64 903 leads train 9561 "The Great Valley Flyer" on its first revenue run.
An Amtrak Keystone Service train races through Malvern at 75+ MPH
SEPTA AEM-7 2304 slowly glides into Malvern with an evening rush hour train.
A rather dirty SEPTA AEM-7 flies through Malvern doing every bit of the 75mph track speed. This sight will likely be all but gone by the end of 2018 due to SEPTAs incoming ACS-64s, with the first ... (more)
A late evening SEPTA push/pull commuter set, led by AEM-7 No. 2301, arrives at Malvern.
A late afternoon Amtrak Keystone train sprints west through Malvern, PA, with ACS-64 No. 637 on the point. The station, to the right, was built by the PRR railroad in 1900 and remains in service t... (more)
Running a few minutes late and with its K5LA screaming, engineer John Foulds eases SEPTA AEM-7 2301 into Malvern with train 1565 full of commuters heading home after work.
A SEPTA push-pull commuter train led by AEM-7 No. 2307 makes a late afternoon arrival in Malvern, PA. A surviving PRR station built in 1900 (seen Railroad: SEPTALocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: Malvern, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: SPAX 2307Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 11, 2018
Amtrak Keystone train no. 651 flies through Malvern doing every bit of track speed as it races towards Harrisburg.
A set of SEPTA Sliverliner IV's make a brief station stop at Malvern, PA, late one evening along the Keystone Corridor. The station, to the right, was built by the PRR railroad in 1900 and remain... (more)